It’s been a tight race, but here we are with Moleskine March Author A Month, atmosfrozen. This young man’s talent is as bright as his sense of humor, and if you’re the type of person who struggles finishing artworks, keep on reading – atmosfrozen’s experience might just come in handy…
Tell us a little about yourself.
First of all, I started drawing about a year ago.
After getting my Architecture degree last year, I realized “real world” architecture had way too many limitations, too many boundaries for me. So I decided to get into the videogame-entertainment industry, and I will start studying in this business next year. Hopefully I will be able to let my ideas flow more freely in this field.
Do you remember your first experience with Moleskine?
I remember getting my first Moleskine Sketchbook from a friend. The sketchbook looked very pretty, to the point where I was afraid to even begin sketching in it! It was my first time drawing on a small sketchbook too, and it’s been great ever since.
What is the idea behind “Double Exposure Suburb”?
The village was a perspective training for school. I love doodling architecture, first I put masses randomly and then begin detailing it.
The girl in the image is just another doodle too, maybe inspired from the girl I like (ahem).
How do the two merge together? I am the type of person who cant finish a drawing at once, so I hop to another drawing and finish them together.
A quote for inspiration you would like to share with everyone?
Do the thing you love, love the thing you do. A simple quote.
Stay tuned for a downloadable template sleeve and bookmark template of “Double Exposure Suburb”. While we thank atmosfrozen for his work, keep in mind that the next Author A Month could be you. So keep up the good work, and keep sharing your art with us on myMoleskine.